Qovery

San Francisco, CA, USA
2019
Jan 19, 2022   |  By Romaric Philogène
Since the 90s, when you run a company in the Healthcare industry in the US market, you must comply with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Security Rule. Some of the security rules are directly linked to how you operate your organization, the others how you manage your application data for your customers. This article will walk you through what to consider on AWS to be HIPAA compliant in 2022.
Jan 16, 2022   |  By Morgan Perry
Companies that want to take care of their customers have to invest in a Customer Success team and define the right strategy (Thanks Rav Dhaliwal for your help here). Thinking about customer success is typically something that happens much later (too late?) after the Sales efforts. Growth pressure on startups puts effort in the sales machine to close as many customers as possible while forgetting that growth comes from the current customers. A happy customer is less likely to churn.
Jan 14, 2022   |  By Romaric Philogène
The container orchestration service Kubernetes has taken cloud-native application hosting by storm. By automating infrastructure tasks, Kubernetes—an open-source system designed by Google—simplifies the technical work of application deployment, scaling, and management. Managed Kubernetes services take this process a step further, handling more of the management tasks so that engineers can focus more time and resources on developing apps.
Jan 8, 2022   |  By Morgan Perry
Suppose you've built a web application and started getting a few customers. After some feedback and iterations, you are ready with a product that people want. From now, your application is drawing attention to more and more users, with more and more requests per minute (RPM). Suddenly, a wave of new people use your app, and at one point, they can't use it anymore. While testing your app, you realize that it's working correctly. So what happened? You are simply facing a scalability problem.
Jan 7, 2022   |  By Romaric Philogène
Kubernetes is changing the tech space as it becomes increasingly prominent across various industries and environments. Kubernetes can now be found in on-premise data centers, cloud environments, edge solutions, and even space. As a container orchestration system, Kubernetes automatically manages the availability and scalability of your containerized applications. Its architecture consists of various planes that make up what is known as a cluster.
Jan 3, 2022   |  By Morgan Perry
In the last years, Kubernetes has grown tremendously and is considered by most companies to be the best platform to run applications today. In simple words, Kubernetes is an open-source container orchestration platform that allows you to run and manage containerized applications at scale.
Jan 1, 2022   |  By Morgan Perry
To celebrate this new year, Qovery's blog highlights some of the top blog posts Qovery's engineers wrote during 2021 that you should read for 2022. Take a look at the top 10 posts published in 2021.
Dec 28, 2021   |  By Morgan Perry
As a developer, using Heroku (a Platform as a service (PaaS)) helps get our applications up and running quickly. Without worrying about servers, scaling, backup, network, and so many underground details. Heroku is the perfect solution to start a project. But as the project grows, the needs become more complex, and moving from Heroku to Amazon Web Services (AWS) becomes more and more a no-brainer choice (discover why so many CTOs decide to move from Heroku to AWS).
Dec 24, 2021   |  By Enzo Radnaï
TLDR; Pleco is a service that automatically removes Cloud managed services and Kubernetes resources based on tags with TTL. When using cloud provider services, whether using UI or Terraform, you usually have to create many resources (users, VPCs, virtual machines, clusters, etc...) to host and expose an application to the outside world. When using Terraform, sometimes, the deployment will not go as planned.
Dec 22, 2021   |  By Romaric Philogène
The high demand to deliver software that is both highly available and able to meet customer requests has, in part, led to the adoption of microservice architecture, a software architecture pattern that makes it easier to deploy applications as self-contained entities called containers. These containers are nothing but processes that run as long as the application in them is running.
Dec 16, 2021   |  By Qovery
This video will show you how to quickly deploy any application in a Docker container or Buildpack with Qovery. Let us know how your deployment goes!
Dec 13, 2021   |  By Qovery
How to set up Amazon permissions and deploy a Kubernetes cluster with EKS in a few minutes using Qovery Let us know how your deployment goes in the comments! Produced and recorded by John Gramila with Qovery.
Nov 4, 2021   |  By Qovery
During this live session, I am super excited to share how we built Qovery - a cloud deployment platform for growing startups. In a few numbers:
Sep 12, 2021   |  By Qovery
Qovery is the simplest way to deploy your apps on your AWS account - here is a complete demo from zero to a deployed app on an AWS account.
Jul 12, 2021   |  By Qovery
Here is how to make your app publicly accessible with Qovery v2. Go to your app settings, port tab, add the port of your app, click save and restart your app.
Jun 27, 2021   |  By Qovery
In this video we show you how to deploy in a few steps an application.
Jun 15, 2021   |  By Qovery
A short video to quickly show how to deploy a monorepo apps with PostgreSQL on Qovery v2 beta.
Jun 15, 2021   |  By Qovery

From zero to hero - here is a short video to show how to deploy an app from scratch on AWS with Qovery v2 - this video is linked to https://www.qovery.com/blog/one-week-before-the-lau

Jan 9, 2021   |  By Qovery
In this video, we show how to easily deploy your first application with Qovery.
Jan 8, 2021   |  By Qovery
MeiliSearch is a powerful, fast, open-source, easy to use, and deploy search engine. Qovery helps to deploy Meilisearch on AWS in less than 60 seconds. Qovery is free for the developers 🚀

Qovery is the first Container as a Service (CaaS) platform that allows anyone to develop and deploy an application in just a few minutes. We help growing tech companies to accelerate and scale application development cycle —with zero infrastructure management investment. Qovery is fully integrated to Github, Bitbucket and Gitlab. Once you have pushed your code, Qovery launch all the necessaries steps to make your application available online.

We know that today's applications do not just have just one piece of code and a database, but multiple applications (micro-services) and multiple databases (SQL, NoSQL, Cache..). Qovery has been designed for these complex cases and manages it in an incredible way.

Built for developers:

  • CLI: We provide an amazing Command Line Interface (CLI) to manage all your services when needed. The interface has been designed to be instinctively usable.
  • Support micro-services: Projects with multiple applications (micro-services) are supported natively by Qovery. We take care of all the plumbing for you (network, resiliency, deployment).
  • Built on AWS: Qovery rely on the best services (Databases, VPC, Security..) provided by Amazon Web Services. But of course, we take care of all of the complexity of these services for you.

Deploy complex application, seamlessly. Just push your code, we handle the rest.